Unusual Bar in Belfast’s only flat iron shape building. The décor made up of huge paintings of Irish literary greats (Shaw, Yeats, Wilde etc) propped up against the bar supping pints of Guinness and chewing the fat. Being next door to the Law courts means that it attracts the legal crowd at Lunchtime. The Guinness is again superb (as it is in all these slightly more leftfield city centre boozers). Recommended

Second opinion:
Used to be right beside the kitchen now is about four feet away from it. This bar is unique because it is a corner bar and the bar stretches away into a tight corner. Has a traditional feel to and has not really had anything major done to it over the past few years (it’s been painted) has a certain charm but also has a certain atmosphere to the place which has made me feel uncomfortable